Cannabis Oil Dosage South Africa


Cannabis Oil Dosage South Africa:

Our team at Cannabis Therapy have put this article together to give an idea on what Cannabis oil dosage you would take to see a real effect. From our experience, we see most of our patients requiring around 60mls of cannabis oil to push most cancers back into remission. To consumer 60mls worth of our Cannabis oil, it will take the average patient around 90 days to complete. Its important to mention that the 60ml/90 day treatment schedule is just a guideline, your body might respond quicker or require slightly more than 60ml but the bottom line is that an effective cannabis oil treatment plan will put a serious dent in the Cancers growth.

Cannabis Oil Dosage South Africa

We suggest that our patients should begin the cannabis oil treatment by taking three doses of cannabis oil per a day. During the first week of treatment we suggest that each dose should be around the size of half a grain of white rice. Once you have been on the treatment protocol for a week, you can start the process of increasing the daily dose. We suggest in week two or three to start doubling the dose, you eventually want to get to a point where you are consuming 1 ml per a day. Once you are at this point, the cannabis oil will be aggressively attacking the cancer cells. The treatment of 1 ml a day should continue till you have positive signs that the cancer is in remission.

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2 thoughts on “Cannabis Oil Dosage South Africa

  • Richard June 25, 2016 at 4:45 pm

    Hi, if I use the cannabis cream (topically) for skin cancer, how much would I need to apply & how often?

  • David Kaufman August 21, 2016 at 7:25 am

    If have been given a small bottle with a dropper.
    1. How does a drop compare to the half a grain of rice?
    2. How do I equate 1 drop to 1 gram?

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